Inspired by the true story known as the Mekong Massacre--two Chinese commercial vessels are ambushed while traveling down the Mekong River in the waters of the Golden Triangle, one of the largest drug-manufacturing regions in the world. 13 sailors are executed at gunpoint, and 900,000 methamphetamine pills are recovered at the scene. Upon discovery, the Chinese government immediately sends a band... See full summary »
China's deadliest special forces operative settles into a quiet life on the sea. When sadistic mercenaries begin targeting nearby civilians, he must leave his newfound peace behind and return to his duties as a soldier and protector.
The film continued in similar style to that of Mei Gong he xing dong (2016). This film served as the highlight film presented to audience as a gift for the 90th Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, as well as the Communist Party's 19th National Congress. The film is said to be the "China's First Modern Naval Film" and grossed US$226.76 million, making it the sixth highest-grossing film of 2018. See more »
Haven't see a movie like this too long. Wolf Worrier 2 from last year might be blood-pumping. But Operation Red Sea just brings a military action movie to a whole new level. Compare to Dante Lam's Operation Mekong, he seems to improve himself a lot on presenting details to audiences, which really could be exciting for military fans. The start is breathtaking and yes, you will feel the same all the way to the end. The fighting scenes are incredibly realistic and brutal, which greatly trigger my respects to those who are guarding our peaceful lives right now. War could be bloodshed and extremely cruel. It is beyond the wildest imaginations. I would suggest that all of trolls aka keyboard worriers who are always shouting "We will nuke you" watch this movie.
Solute to PLA!
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